A tall rubber plant with huge leaves set against bamboo walls make you forget the cold winter weather outside, giving the impression you're on vacation in a warm, sunny country. We were greeted by the owner, Lisya Said, who was just delightful.
Throughout our experience at Anga, the service and attention we received is noteworthy. You'll see below why.
We chose from the à la carte menu. On their website, they also offer the Anga menu, with a choice of either 5 or 7 dishes, but we didn't see this menu.
The shrimp flambéed in cachaça ($6), the Brazilian rum distilled from sugarcane...